To calculate the hexagon bar, enter the width and length in mm shown in the image. Select the material type and click on the **Calculate** button.

### Weight calculation formula for Hex Bar

To calculate the weight of a hex bar in both kilograms (kg) and pounds (lb), you can use the following formula:

- Weight (kg) = 0.00272 × Side Length (mm) × Side Length (mm) × Length (mm) × Density (g/cm³)
- Weight (lb) = 0.00000624 × Side Length (mm) × Side Length (mm) × Length (mm) × Density (lb/in³)

**Note:** Here, the density is in grams per cubic centimeter (g/cm³) for the United States customary system and in pounds per cubic inch (lb/in³) for the British imperial system.

The constant values (0.00272 for kg and 0.00000624 for lb) convert the density and dimensions into desired units.

#### Metal Density

Here are the density values for 15 common different metals in both systems:

SNo | Name of Metal | Density ((g/cm³) | Density (lb/in³) |
---|---|---|---|

1 | Aluminium | 2.70 | 0.0975 |

2 | Brass | 8.73 | 0.315 |

3 | Bronze | 8.87 | 0.320 |

4 | Copper | 8.96 | 0.323 |

5 | Gold | 19.32 | 0.698 |

6 | Iron | 7.85 | 0.282 |

7 | Lead | 11.34 | 0.410 |

8 | Magnesium | 1.74 | 0.063 |

9 | Nickel | 8.91 | 0.322 |

10 | Platinum | 21.45 | 0.775 |

11 | Silver | 10.49 | 0.379 |

12 | Stainless Steel | 7.93 | 0.286 |

13 | Tin | 7.29 | 0.263 |

14 | Titanium | 4.51 | 0.163 |

15 | Zinc | 7.13 | 0.258 |

You can use the density value for the specific metal. If you are working, you can use the formula to calculate the weight of the hexagon bar in kilograms or pounds.

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